Reframing and Re-Contextualizing Controversial Monuments, a Brief Q & A with Prof. Martin Holland

Posted on Thursday, August 31st, 2017

A brief question and answer interview with Professor Martin Holland who was recently interviewed for the University of Guelph campus news.  The article entitled:  "Historical Statues Offer Key Lessons: U of G Prof" can be found at the following link here

Professor Holland, Ph.D. is an assistant professor in the Landscape Architecture programs in School of Environmental Design and Rural Development, where he teaches courses in landscape design, theory and history. His scholarly interests lie at the intersection of landscape design, cultural studies and collective memory





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